Crewe Athletic - stock pic by Steve Fareham - creative commons licence

Nothing could separate the top two who drew in the Crewe Regional Sunday Premier Division.

Railway Hotel and AFC Leopard battled out a 0-0 stalemate, allowing teams behind to take advantage.

Sydney Arms did that by moving into second place with a 2-0 win over Rising Sun, both goals coming from Mike Chesters.

Square One also moved up the table with a 6-3 win at Crewe Ath with a hat-trick from Griggs and other goals from Dodd, Nurton and Herron.

Rowley bagged a brace and Hughes scored for Crewe Ath.

Two goals from Jordan Smith gave Wistaston Ath a 2-0 win at NHB FC.

Salvador were being held at 0-0 by Willaston WS with only 20 minutes to play when they found their scoring boots with five quick-fire goals.

Kev Sharp hit a hat-trick and there were two goals from Stuart Evans.

In Division One, Betley FC stay at the top with a 4-1 win at White Eagles with goals from Ally Chapman, Jamie Baker, Paul Ashley and Lee Smith.

Jarek Matkowski scored for White Eagles.

Faddiley remain in second place on goal difference following a 6-1 win over Cricketers Arms.

Ash Lawton scored twice, with Joey Hylton, Rich Ford, Leigh Beresford and a Steve Nurton penalty.

Cricketers Arms goal also came from the penalty spot, converted by Jamie Knowlson.

Bank Corner lost ground on the top two, drawing 3-3 at White Horse.

Gaz Beardsmith, Lewis Williams and Ash McLennan scored for White Horse with Peter Heler (2) and Andy Garratt replying for Bank Corner.

Nantwich YF and Elworth Park shared four goals in a 2-2 draw.

Tom Dale and Rich Adams scored for Nantwich YF, with Gary Cardno scoring both goals for Elworth Park.

Talbot won 6-0 at Audlem with goals from Ben Reddock (2), Mikey Truan, Brandon Broadhurst, Anthony Broadhurst and Scott Rankin.

Haslington FC had eight different scorers as they beat Sandbach Town 8-2.

Rob Halewood, Dan Taylor, Gaz Blackshaw, Adam Smith, Kane Fletcher, Chris Hardman, Chris Wustencroft and Greg Gill scored for Haslington FC.

Chris Shaw and Dave Furber scored consolations for Sandbach.

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